Lithium borohydride-melamine complex as a promising material for chemical hydrogen storage

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Abstract

A complex hydride, 3LiBH 4 C 3 N 6 H 6 , crystallizing in monoclinic structure with lattice parameters of a=17.4701 Å, b = 17.6332 Å, c = 4.1749Å, β = 99.7453° and V= 1267.54 Å 3 , was synthesized by solid reaction between LiBH 4 and C 3 N 6 H 6 . 3LiBH 4 C 3 N 6 H 6 starts to evolve hydrogen at 100 °C, which is 190 °C lower than that of pristine LiBH 4 . Combination of protic hydrogen of [BH 4 ] and hydridic hydrogen of NH in 3LiBH 4 C 3 N 6 H 6 may greatly improve the dehydrogenation properties, and totally 7.83 wt.% H 2 can be released from 3LiBH 4 C 3 N 6 H 6 in the temperature range of 100-340 °C. © 2012 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.

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Liu, L., Hu, D., He, T., Zhang, Y., Wu, G., Chu, H., … Chen, P. (2013). Lithium borohydride-melamine complex as a promising material for chemical hydrogen storage. Journal of Alloys and Compounds, 552, 98–101. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jallcom.2012.09.100

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